Thursday, December 5th 2013
Much to the joy of her faithful lambs, Grammy winning pop diva Mariah Carey brought a slew of Christmas classics to the 81st Annual Rockefeller Christmas Tree Lighting in New York City.
Joining a line-up that featured Toni Braxton, Mary J. Blige, Leona Lewis, Kelly Clarkson, and diva-in-training Ariana Grande, the diva pulled a two-for-two on the NBC-aired program with classics ‘Joy To the World’ and her holiday staple ‘All I Want For Christmas’.
Immediately after, Grande took to the stage to share her rendition of ‘Last Christmas’ and her song ‘Love Is Everything’. See the sights and sounds of them all below:
P.S. – Mariah, Ariana, Kelly and Toni’s vocals were simply splendid…
Tuesday, May 28th 2013
Kelly Clarkson channels “cinematic” in the video for her latest single ‘People Like Us’.
Unveiled today, the clip is the latest to be lifted from the American Idol star’s latest project ‘Greatest Hits – Chapter One’ – which thus far has spawned top 20 hit ‘Catch My Breath’.
Watch Kelly in action (literally) after the jump…
Friday, April 12th 2013
Kelly Clarkson, the first and most successful American Idol star, made a triumphant return to the Fox show stage last night.
The Soulful Pop songstress is hot on the promo trail for her first retrospective set ‘Greatest Hits: Chapter One’ and served up a performance of one of the LP’s new songs ‘People Like Us’.
Watch Kelly soar on the platform that started it all after the jump…
Tuesday, February 19th 2013
As reported here, ‘Breakaway’ beauty Kelly Clarkson broke her silence via open letter to former mentor/music mogul Clive Davis after his damning comments about her in his new memoir ‘The Soundtrack Of My Life’.
After Clarkson’s slam made headlines across the net, Davis took to Twitter to offer a response to the young diva’s claims.
The statement came shortly after the airing of his stop by ‘Katie’ where he opened up about his reported bisexuality and was later joined by ‘Climax’ crooner Usher to reflect on time with Whitney Houston and more.
See it all below:
Tuesday, February 19th 2013
Do not cross Kelly Clarkson. She bites back.
The Pop powerhouse has hit out at former label head Clive Davis following remarks the mogul made about working with her in his headline grabbing memoir ‘The Soundtrack Of My Life’
Though somewhat surprising given Davis’ level of seniority in the industry, the spat is not entirely shocking. For, the American Idol winner made no secret of her lack of satisfaction with Davis and the team handling her career in the immediate aftermath of her 2004 mega-seller ‘Breakaway’. Indeed, the project’s follow-up ‘My December’ saw tensions reach fever-pitch – resulting in the said album’s underperformance.
And while Clarkson’s return to prominence with 2009′s ‘All I Ever Wanted’ (and the slew of hits that followed) sent a message that any issues were now water under the bridge, the feud has seemingly been reignited.
Read Kelly’s open letter to fans (and Clive) after the jump…
Monday, February 4th 2013
With confirmed appearances from Beyonce, Justin Timberlake and Rihanna, it’s safe to say the 55th Annual Grammy Awards will bring no shortage of talent when its airs live this Sunday.
However, in case the above three weren’t enough to guarantee your viewing, the event has now added ‘Because Of You’ singer Kelly Clarkson to its line up!
Monday, January 21st 2013
Kelly Clarkson served a rousing rendition of ‘My Country Tis Of Thee’ moments ago, in celebrating President Obama’s second Inaugural event, celebrating his second term in Office.
How did she fare?
Thursday, January 17th 2013
(Jennifer Hudson, Jordin Sparks, Kelly Clarkson, Leona Lewis, Adele)
We asked…and boy did you answer! With a whopping total of over 12,000 votes, the faithful fans of Adele, Beyonce, Brandy, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Hudson, Jazmine Sullivan, and
Rihanna more replied in droves to support their favorites in this vocal contest.
One of our best yet, we asked ‘Who is the Vocal Bible of this generation’? Who is, so to speak, the textbook of vocal prowess for this generation and those after it to follow?
Trailing the steps of legends Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and more, the divas selected for this showdown have proven themselves to be at the top of their respective games – showing off a range, power, and control absent from many of their chart competitors.
Without further adieu, your choice for vocal supremacy awaits: